Thursday, August 19, 2004


I have done a bit of dibbling with what is technically known as digibinning. This is the combination of ye olde digitale camerae with a pair of binoculars (or rather one of the barrels) to take snaps. It is basically an alternative, freehand version of digiscoping. Having got a new fancy-Dan pair of Zeiss FL 7x42 bins, I thought it was worth having a try. Here are some of my few efforts with the combination fo the Zeiss and my Nikon Coopix 4500, plus one (the Bullfinch) using RSPB FG 8x32 bins. So without further ado, here are:

Black-tailed Godwit, Titchwell, Norfolk, 24.7.04.

Greylag Goose, Cley, Norfolk, 27.8.04.

Banded Demoiselle, wildflower centre, north Norfolk, 30.7.04.

Juvenile Bullfinch, Ferry Meadows, 18.8.04.

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